Sure, the romance rumors are always swirling, but we still covet those star friendships that seem to last.
Here are 9 Co-Stars Who Are Dating In Real Life (And 8 Who Are Just Best Friends).
After it was confirmed the two were indeed dating, news broke that Russell and Rhy were expecting their first child, who was born in 2016. “You feel you’re in safe hands, and it’s enjoyable to work like that because you’re sort of like, let him do all the hard stuff.” The actors are saying goodbye their Americans characters this year in the show's sixth and final season.
Russell has two children from her previous marriage. When you mostly survive a sinking ship after it has hit an iceberg, you're bound to be BFFs forever.
Even though many fans want this pair together, Tom Holland and Zendaya have been shooting down romance rumors since they starred together in last summer's Spider-Man: Homecoming.
The former Disney Channel actress told Variety last year, "He's a great dude. This past how many months we've had to do press tours together.
The two made their red carpet debut at the end of last year, even though rumors they were dating had been circulating for awhile. – Not feeling too well but I still wanna meet you at piedmont park tonight x." So sweet!
In the latest set of Star Wars movies, Daisy Ridley and John Boyega have such great chemistry as Jedi heroine Rey and Rebel-in-the-making Finn.It's only human nature to share genuine feelings, and yes, sometimes those feelings turn into something more once the cameras stop rolling.Some onscreen connections turn romantic and those stars decide to carry on with their love affair beyond the set.Yes, Kate Winslet and Leonardo Di Caprio have a close friendship since playing Rose and Jack in the 1997 Titanic, the star-crossed lovers who meet on the doomed ocean liner.The actress made an appearance on Good Morning America last year and gushed about her former co-star.
The Americans stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys have starred opposite each other on the FX spy drama since 2013.